Haiku Deck for Small Presentations

13 Sep

I love Keynote and use it to present information to students across the content areas.  Haiku Deck is a great alternative platform for presentations. The best part:  it’s free and student friendly!

This app allows you to create swipeable slides with a photo background and a small amount of text (…think haiku).  It has a gallery of photos to choose from, and uses words on your slide to help you find the perfect background image – you also have the option to upload your own photos.

I’ve used Haiku Deck to share KBADs, give short writing prompts and just switch it up from my usual Keynote presentations.

It doesn’t take long to make one and students can use it to create their own presentations too!

Check out my common core aligned lesson plan using Haiku Deck!

Here’s another common core aligned lesson plan using this app!

UPDATE: There are new features that have been added to Haiku Deck that are worth checking out!  My favorite has to be the ability to add bulleted list and more text to your presentation slides – a fantastic update to one of my go-to apps!

4 Responses to “Haiku Deck for Small Presentations”

  1. Haiku Deck (@HaikuDeck) April 18, 2013 at 3:46 PM #

    Hi Monica,
    Thanks so much for writing about us on your blog! We hope you were able to try out our newest version of the app which includes features such as bulleted/numbered lists and the ability to crop/resize your images. Also, in a couple more weeks, we’ll be adding more themes to our app as well as some other great new features!
    Lisa from Team Haiku Deck

  2. mburns7 April 18, 2013 at 4:19 PM #

    Yes, love the new features! Stay tuned for a updated post in the next few weeks!

  3. Haiku Deck (@HaikuDeck) April 23, 2013 at 4:45 PM #

    Will do, we can’t wait to read your thoughts on the new features!
    Lisa from Team Haiku Deck


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